Japanese musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and illustrator, Kenshi Yonezu, scores a 2nd week atop the global album chart with his new album 'Stray Sheep' selling another 313.000 equivalent units and 1.328.000 so far!

Posted on September 1, 2020

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Japanese musician, singer-songwriter, record producer and illustrator, Kenshi Yonezu tops the global album chart for a 2nd week with his new album 'Stray Sheep' selling another 313.000 equivalent units and 1.328.000 so far! Yonezu is the 4th Act to have debuted with over a Million official Units this year following BTS's 'Map Of The Soul 7', Seventeen's 'Heng:Garae' and Taylor Swift's 'Folklore' which rebounds to #2 after selling another 159.000 and 1.63 million official sales so far, not counting the album’s unofficial tally in China which is in excess of 750.000!


Former chart topper, 'Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon', the posthumous album by rapper Pop Smoke, sells another 135,000 sales, and a total of 1.3 million so far, while new Korean Group Treasure's 'The First Step: Chapter One' debuts at #4 with sales of 131.000!


Juice Wrld's former #1 Album 'Legends Never Die' holds at #4 after selling another 122.000 equivalent units and 1.406.000 so far, while Harry Styles' 'Fine Line' reenters the Top 10 at 6 with sales of 69.000 and 2.897.000 so far!


The Original Broadway Cast of 'Hamilton: An American Musical' lifts 10-7 after selling another 68.000 and 2.620.000 since its release 11 weeks ago while Han Seung Woo's brand new album 'Fame' debuts at #8 after selling 65.000 in its first week.


New entry at #9 for Young Dolph's 'Rich Slave' after selling 65.000 in its first week and closing the Top 10 this week is the Weeknd's 'After Hours' after selling another 51.000 and 2.356.000 so far!


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